Sign up for Saturday’s Kwentohan: Cinematic Photography & Comics Workshop!

August 19, 2014 in Classes & Workshops, Kwentohan, Making Visible

The Kwentohan: Cinematic Photography & Comics Workshop is quickly approaching!

Check out the syllabus our artists have planned for this Saturday and sign up by going to: https://parolsf.wufoo.com/forms/kwentohan-cinematic-photography-comics-workshop/

Bayanihan Community Center | 1010 Mission Street @ 6th | San Francisco

August 23, 2014, Saturday (10AM to 5PM) 

Workshop I | 10 AM to 1 PM | Cinematic Photography Workshop
Workshop II | 2 PM to 5 PM | Comics Workshop

Learn more about our artists by checking out their bio page: 

http://kularts.org/wp/makingvisible/kwentohan/kwentohan-workshops/about-kwentohan-artists/

 

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“Komiks were banned! When I was a kid in the Philippines, komiks were considered as lowbrow entertainment and was not allowed in the private school that I went to. It was frowned upon at home as well. You had to hide to read it, as if it were pornographic. The teachers would confiscate them and my folks would rather have me read something else, nga may pulos, something worthwhile.” – Wilfred Galila